Maxi Priest rests against a pink Bermuda cab outside Abbey Road Studios, London. *Photo supplied
Maxi Priest rests against a pink Bermuda cab outside Abbey Road Studios, London. *Photo supplied

FRIDAY, MARCH 30: Artists featured on the John Lennon tribute album being put together by local entertainer Tony Brannon are in the throes of mixing and recording tracks.

Reggae star Maxi Priest posed for some publicity shots outside London’s Abbey Road Studios where he mixed his version of All My Loving.

He features alongside a host of other well-known artists on the album.

Heather Nova’s husband and producer Felix Tod will be producing six tracks for the CD including those by Nova, Joy T. Barnum, Chewstick, Rebecca Faulkenberry and Nic Christopher, Rachel Brown. He will also produce All You Need Is Love which includes Sai Emery, Ed Christopher, Gita Blakeney Saltus, Will Black, Wayne Furbert, Glenn Blakeney and a host of other singers that were recorded live at the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art.

Bermudian producer Paul Muggleton has recorded and mixed in Weybridge, UK, Judie Tzuke (his wife), Mia Chambray, Christina Quinn, Jonathan Frith, Rhino Edwards, The Paper Cut Outs, Horrendous Mendez, Phil Morrison, McCartney K and Steve Easton.

Other artists include Bailey Outerbridge, Uzimon and Paul Carrack. Songs include Woman, Beautiful Boy, Imagine, Working Class Hero, Don’t Let Me Down, Lucy in the Sky, Revolution and Power to the People. The album is due for release on June 21.